2006 FC Dallas Roster

Major League Soccer (MLS)
Team Record: 16-12-4 - 52 points
Finishing 1st in MLS's Western Conference
Postseason: 1-1
Lost Conference Semifinal
Coach: Colin Clarke (16-12-4)
Location: Dallas, Texas
Attendance: 239,714, Avg. 15,981 in 15 home dates
2006 FC Dallas Statistics

The FC Dallas of Major League Soccer ended the 2006 season with a record of 16 wins and 12 losses and 4 ties for 52 points finishing first in MLS's Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 1-1.

The football club netted 48 goals and surrendered 44. Carlos Ruiz scored 13 goals for Dallas, while Kenny Cooper and Ramon Nunez tallied five or more as well. Ronnie O'Brien accounted for 11 assists. Dario Sala topped the squad with 14 wins and a team-best 0.82 goals against average, pacing goalkeepers with enough qualifying appearances.

Colin Clarke coached the team. The 2006 FC Dallas lost in the Conference Semifinal.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Arturo AlvarezMJune 28, 19855'9"170Houston, TX
Ray BurseGOctober 2, 19846'1"195Frankfort, KY
Jeff CassarGFebruary 2, 19746'2"195Livonia, MI
Marcos CharrasDMay 13, 19835'9"150Rosario, Santa Fe
Kenny CooperFOctober 21, 19846'3"210Baltimore, MD
Michael Dello-RussoD-MAugust 22, 19835'10"165White Plains, NY
Chris GbandiDApril 7, 19795'10"170Bong Mines, Liberia
Clarence GoodsonDMay 17, 19826'4"180Alexandria, VA
Miguel GuanteMAugust 24, 19845'9"160Augusta, GA
Shaka HislopGFebruary 22, 19696'4"217London, England
Dax McCartyMApril 30, 19875'9"150Winter Park, FL
Roberto MinaFNovember 7, 19846'0"198Guayaquil, Ecuador
Drew MoorDJanuary 15, 19846'0"165Dallas, TX
Justin MooreMJune 13, 19836'0"177Decatur, GA
Richard MulrooneyMNovember 3, 19765'9"160Memphis, TN
Ramon NunezMNovember 14, 19855'8"155Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Ronnie O'BrienMJanuary 5, 19795'10"155Dublin, Ireland
Dominic OduroFAugust 13, 19856'0"160Pramso, Ghana
Aaron PitchkolanDMarch 14, 19836'2"185Aurora, CO
Bobby RhineMApril 18, 19765'10"170St. Louis, MO
Carlos RuizFSeptember 15, 19795'9"180Guatemala City, Guatemala
Dario SalaGOctober 17, 19746'3"220Cordoba, Argentina
Marcelo SaragosaMJanuary 22, 19826'0"175Campo Grande, Brazil
Alex SmithFJuly 16, 19855'11"160Windsor, England
Abe ThompsonFJanuary 12, 19826'0"170Tucson, AZ
Mario TorresMApril 7, 19826'1"170Chihuahua, Mexico
Simo ValakariMApril 28, 19735'10"160Helsinki, Finland
Greg VanneyDJuly 11, 19745'11"169South Boston, VA
David WagenfuhrDJune 22, 19825'9"160Colorado Springs, CO
Blake WagnerD-MJanuary 29, 19885'10"165Atlanta, GA
Mark WilsonMFebruary 9, 19796'0"170Scunthorpe, England
Alex YiDFebruary 27, 19826'3"200Alexandria, VA



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